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Vegetation Trimming and Removal. Utilities, public/private parties and municipalities occasionally make requests to the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to trim or remove trees, brush and/or vegetation from specific areas of the State highway Right-of-Way.
Vegetation may have value both monetarily and aesthetically to MDOT. Therefore, all tree, brush and vegetation trimming and/or removal within Limited Access Right-of-Way. Right of Way Clearance. Roads that are lined with trees and brush often need maintaining and clearing.
Right of way clearance (or, RoW Clearance, for short) in Kalamazoo, Michigan, usually involves trimming branches and brush, removing problematic trees and brush, and clearing debris. There are many ways to do this, but one of the most innovative is the use of a grapple saw bushhaul.barted Reading Time: 5 mins.
The plans, proposal and right-of-way (ROW) agreements should also be checked for any special provisions or agreements. Section Clearing of the Standard Specifications for Construction requires the cutting and removal of all trees, stumps, brush, shrubs and other vegetation occurring between lines 3 feet (1 m) outside the grading limits. Grading limits will include the vertical curves at the tops of cut.
Right of Way Clearing on Clyde Road in Hartland, MI. Right of Way Clearing on Clyde Road in Hartland, MI. 12 acres of clearing, grubbing and stump removal for a future road paving project by road commission for Oakland County. Sub-contracted to Dan’s Excavating. Learn more.